Meet Friends in Person or on the Internet


1.  Meet potential friends at once: Relax, keep your options open to meet other friends. Even after a great meeting, you might need to figure out how compatible you think you might be, and what plans can you make. Don't read a whole lot into how quickly they contact you, as long as it's within a week.That's plenty of time for a person to have decided whether they want to start a friendship.

2.  Keep your first meeting short: That's enough time to get to know the person and make a connection..

3.  Don't freak out about who pays: This is not a date, everyone is expected to pay their own way.

4.  Feel free to do some of the planning yourself:  If you have a certain idea in mind, throw it out there. They'll probably appreciate your effort.

5.  Eat whatever you want: Someone who doesn't appreciate your appetite will probably not make a good friend.

6.  You must be honest, kind and respectful to others: If you choose not to, you will be disconnected from our web site.

7.  Our policy is to allow users to express themselves freely: You are not allowed to offend others.  Offline and Online poor behavior can lead to termination of your account.

8.  Sexual Content: You are forbidden to present picture(s) other then than a portrait of the face.  No nudity or sexually explicit content.

9.  Hate Speech:  Any content that promotes, advocates for or condones racism, bigotry, hatred, or violence against individuals or groups based on factors like (but not limited to) race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, disability, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or political affiliation is not allowed.

10. Private Information: Don’t publicly broadcast any private information, whether yours or anyone else’s. This includes social security numbers, passports, passwords, financial information or unlisted contact information, such as phone numbers, email addresses and home/work addresses.

11. Spam: Don’t drive people to external websites via a link or otherwise.

12.  Promotion or Solicitation: Soliciting other users is prohibited. Your welcome to invite your friends to events that you’re doing, but if the purpose of your effort is to advertise your event or business, non-profit, political campaign, contest or to conduct research, we have the right to delete your account..

13   Prostitution and Trafficking: Promoting or advocating for commercial sexual services, human trafficking or other non-consensual sexual acts is strictly prohibited and will result in your account being terminated.

14. Scamming: Anyone attempting to get other users’ private information for fraudulent or illegal activity may be terminated. Any member sharing their financial account information for the purpose of receiving money from other users will be terminated.

15.  Do not impersonate, or otherwise misrepresent affiliation: It is prosecutional by law and we will terminate your account.

16.  Minors:  You must be 18 years of age or older to use our website.

17.  Harassment and Physical Harm to Others: You are prohibited in engaging or encouraging others to engage, in any violent, graphic or gory content, advocate for or threaten violence of any sort, promoting terrorism, sending any unsolicited sexual content to your inquiries, stalking, threats, bullying or intimidation against any user or anyone: In addition this is a violation of the law.

Blogging Friends Behavior

There are no set rules for blogging, which actually is writing a comment. Blogging is all about experimenting to see what works and what doesn’t.There are different strategies and approaches to blogging and you need to find out what works best for you to become a successful blogger.

1.  Keep your blogs interesting, Create content that is beneficial and meaningful to your audience.

2.  Keep your audience in mind but always write for yourself. Who is your target audience? What does your audience likes to read?

3.  Protect yourself by being aware of the blogging rules and regulations that cover copyright, plagiarism, paid endorsements, privacy, libel, and errors.

4.  Keep your blogs short. Your paragraphs should stay under 3 or 4 sentences.

5   Post regularly. Try to post daily, make an effort to post at least once a week. The more you are posting, the more likely you will build followers on your blog. Your audience will come to expect posts by a certain time.

6.  Be strong in your blogs, Limit the number of times you write passively.

7.  You can copy a phrase or a few words without violating copyright laws. To stay within the rules. Name the source.

8.  Do this this by citing the author's name and the location of were the information was originally used along with a link, or cite the original source.It’s better to ask the original author for permission to republish. This includes photos and images on your blog. Unless a photo or image you plan to use comes from you, you must ask the original photographer or designer for permission to use it on your blog,

9.  Do this this by citing the author's name and the location of were the information was originally used along with a link, or cite the original source. Ask the original author for permission to republish. This includes photos and images on your blog.

10.  Just because your blog is yours, and we encourage freedom of speech, we forbid: libel or slander; adult and child pornography; cursing; abuse to humans, pets, livestock, and wild animals.

11.  Write with an international presence in mind to avoid possible conflicts. It is best not to get into arguments with other bloggers.

12.  If you publish incorrect information, don't just delete the post. You must correct it and explain the error.